Supergirl Boy

An iceberg may have taken down the titanic, but heteronormativity sinks all of my ships

what pissed me off the most about this week’s ep isn’t even the fact that we got only 7 minutes of sanvers in an episode that was supposed to be sanvers centric and even winn and his girl got more time. it wasn’t even the fact that it was pretty much just another episode of keeping up with mon-el and not supergirl. but it was the fact that when kara was faking that she doesn’t like mon-el she was actually making valid points. she was making valid points about why they can’t be together and yet at the end of the episode they got together. because apparently when a girl says no it just means that you have to try harder to get her. (which reminds me wasn’t the point of this ep to show that no means no?? but like they keep doing the opposite with mon-el so i’m really confused here…) the great feminist show that supergirl was in season one is really gone. and as  much as i love season two for sanvers and alex’s coming out i’m really sick of it. because kara’s relationship with mon-el is inherently toxic and yet they keep shoving it down our throats. the great feminist show is telling girls that when they think they don’t like a guy they actually do and they just gotta think harder about it. like him even though he is not good for you for so many valid reasons.

isn’t james still taking cat’s place at catco? what did he think about kara getting fired? would he be able to do anything in his position? would he even want to? does james even know??? does kara ever talk to him anymore? didn’t they agree to be friends? where is james 87% of the time when we don’t see him? why are the writers forgetting who james is and what his role in the show is? who is this monk elk and why is he in my house

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Every time I watch this episode or movie, I end up balling my eyes out😭 I don’t know why but when I see guys starting to cry and Im like in love with the character I tend to get very emotional